here is the audio:
http://www.savefile.com/files/6338291 (mirror 1)
http://rapidshare.de/files/10472382/seacrestnfederline.mp3.html (mirror 2)
Poor, poor Paris. Despite her wealth and her "connections" (to other spoilt famous-for-nothing posers) she couldn’t manage to sneak her underage boyfriend into a Vegas club on New Year’s Eve. Bah ha ha! It’s just so satisfying hearing stories of celebrities having bad New Year's Eve letdowns like the rest of us plebs.
But the week just kept getting worse for Paris. A top Hollywood event promoter requested a court order to stop her allegedly harassing him and threatening his life. Whoa, Paris! We knew you had a mean streak (what with those beady, vacant, little eyes) but threatening someone’s life is so not cool.
We also found out this week that all was not well at the Holmes house over Christmas, the harmony upset when Katie showed up with Tom. Katie’s Dad (who incidentally is a divorce lawyer) isn't a big fan of Tom's and confronted him about his controlling nature. Alas, Tom and Katie just left the family get-together earlier than planned. Full respect to Mr Holmes though, at least he tried.
It was a better start to the year for Kate Moss, who kicked it off with a 20-year old mystery toyboy on the slopes of Aspen. It seems she’s finally ditched bad-boy junkie Pete Doherty, a move we definitely rate because heroin chic isn’t cool if you’re actually shooting it up. However, the cops are still after her for that little cocaine snorting incident last year and are trying to tempt her back to Britain with the promise of arresting her.
Good news for some of our homegrown talent though with Heath Ledger and Russell Crowe nominated for Screen Actor Guild Awards. The SAG Awards (such a terrible acronym) are viewed as an important test just three weeks ahead of the announcement of the Academy Award nominations so good luck to both boys.
And Robbie Williams may make a career change this year, confessing his desire to become a stand up comic. That is not a joke. Apparently he finds that the music sometimes gets in the way on stage because he wants to talk to the audience and try to make them laugh. Ha ha ha, that’s definitely laughable.
Ah, 2006 is going to be great!